Herbal Medicine consultations
Eva offers consultations to anyone wanting to improve their health, maintain a healthy lifestyle or to recover from a chronic illness or acute condition.
Initial consultations take about 75 minutes and include and thorough case history taking, treatment plan - including lifestyle & dietary changes - tailor-made herbal formula and in some cases nutritional supplements.
Follow-ups vary between 30-45 minutes and include a top up of the herbal tincture or a new formula if needed.
Herbal medicine can be safely prescribed to adults (including pregnant women), children and the elderly alike, as long as compiled by a trained practitioner who is aware of contra-indications and dosage for each remedy.
Whole Foods Nutrition
Nutritional therapy is a holistic discipline based on the belief that food, as nature intended, provides the medicine we need to obtain and maintain a state of good health: our food is our medicine and our medicine is our food.
Think about this: how many times a day do you eat food? Imagine if every time you ingested something, it counted as real 'medicine' to move you towards better health, greater well being and fewer illnesses and complaints!
Although some health problems require specific medication, many conditions can be relieved effectively with nutritional therapy. These include disorders ranging from chronic fatigue, energy loss, insomnia and depression, to backache, skin complaints, asthma, and headaches.
It is safe for babies and children as well as adults, and the change of eating patterns that is typically prescribed, usually has far fewer side effects than synthetic medicines.
Today, new insights of food scientists play a significant role in the practice of nutritional therapy as preventative medicine for all ages.
Eva draws upon her knowledge in a variety of nutritional therapies to help you shift eating habits or gain healthy ones right from the start.
She resonates most with the nutritional principles of macrobiotics, whole foods according to Weston Price, Sally Fallon & Paul Pitchford, raw foods (though not as a sole diet), Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine systems.